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Football: Barca, Atletico, Sevilla ease into Copa del Rey last 16

MADRID  – Holders Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla eased into the last 16 of the Copa del Rey on Wednesday, but Basque duo Athletic Bilbao and Real Sociedad were eliminated in stunning fashion by third-tier opposition in Formentera and Lleida respectively. Already leading 3-0 from the first leg, Barca boss ...

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Michael Jackson’s impact on art revealed in new show

PARIS – Pop legend Michael Jackson’s “huge impact” on contemporary art will be explored in a new exhibition in Paris and London next year. The “groundbreaking” show claims it will tell the “untold story” of how the king of pop became “one of the most influential figures in art of ...

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Bobby Deol transforms himself for upcoming venture

MUMBAI – Bollywood actor Bobby Deol is all set to make his comeback with ‘Race 3’ and his amazing transformation for the film has left the fans stunned. The actor took to Twitter and posted his picture, captioning it, “When the hard work starts to show.” He also thanked Salman ...

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Munni Begum enthralls audience at RAC

RAWALPINDI -World famous ghazal singer Munni Begum enthralled the audience at Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) with her melodious voice during a performance on Tuesday night. Through a two-hour long performance, Munni Begum captivated the audience and proved that her talent and ability to draw an emotional response with her vocals ...

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China’s ‘master’ tomb raider gets suspended death penalty

A Chinese court has handed a death sentence to a “master” tomb raider from northern China who made a 30-year career out of robbing historical burial sites. A native of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, 55-year-old Yao Yuzhong was found guilty of “digging ancient cultural sites and ancient graves” and ...

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300,000 protest proposed tax, pension reforms in Argentina

Hundreds of thousands of Argentinean people have flocked to the streets in the country’s capital of Buenos Aires to express discontent over government-proposed labor, tax, and pension reforms. An estimated 300,000 protesters gathered outside the Argentine Congress in central Buenos Aires on Wednesday, denouncing what they called President Mauricio Macri’s ...

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Honduras opposition candidate rejects official vote count

Honduran opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla has dismissed the vote count being presented by the electoral tribunal following a sudden reversal of his lead that came after a 24-hour delay in the official announcement of the results. Nasralla, a television host, announced at a press conference in the capital, Tegucigalpa, on ...

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North Korea missile test shows ‘tremendous capability’: Analyst

North Korea has successfully launched a new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which it says is capable of reaching anywhere in the United States. The missile test has prompted strong condemnations, including from the United Nations (UN)’s Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who called on North Korea to “desist taking any further destabilizing steps.” ...

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Russia urges US, two Koreas to avoid further escalation

Russia’s Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Vassily Nebenzia has called on the United States and South and North Koreas to avoid any measure that can further escalate tensions on the Korean Peninsula. “We strongly call on all concerned parties to stop this spiral of tension. It is essential to ...

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